It is officially December, which also means that we officially should start thinking about Christmas shopping. There are so many presents to buy and so much money to spend. So what a better time to practice the one tip, which we want to give you today, that will improve your shopping skills? Contemporary designers do a really good job producing inspiring, yet insanely expensive garments. We all wish to simply copy an outfit from the catwalk or our favourite magazine or Instagram and paste it into our wardrobe. Would that not be amazing? More like a paradise. But since none of us has such magical powers we are all constantly looking for affordable alternatives to fill our desires. Throughout the years a lot of brands have mastered the so-called "fast fashion". Today there is a varie
A look at Erdem X H&M, a partnership inspired by English gardens. The new collaboration, which was released just today, is not H&M's first big partnership. The brand has already worked with designers such as Karl Largafell, Balmain, Versage, Stella McCartney and others. And with every new release also comes the chaos of the first opening. Two years ago, when the brand was about to introduce its collaboration with Balmain, people were queuing for days in the cold just to be among the first to get into the store. As you can imagine, the chaos was real, so H&M had to call the police for help. In other words, a fashion nightmare. Two years have passed, and we decided to have a look at how busy it was at H&M this year. And surprisingly, but also lucky for us - it was ...
From music to perfumes and lipsticks, the award-winning rapper moved to fashion announcing her upcoming exciting collaboration with Swedish retailer H&M. It turns out the cascading red and black trail in which H&M dressed the rapper for the Met Gala 2017, is just a taste of what is yet to come. Nicki, who previously translated her fashion style into a cosmetic line by customizing two creamy pinky nude lipsticks with the fast-selling makeup brand Mac, has now decided to kill the fashion industry with this new sensational project. We're so excited @NICKIMINAJ! 💖 #NickiMinaj https://t.co/dNyr73GQJP — H&M USA (@hmusa) 31 October 2017 Although neither Nicki nor H&M have given any comments concerning this new collaboration, tweets from both sides have been released assuring
The singer who recently released her fifth studio album, AIM, has provided emblems and designs to produce their own t-shirts and jumpers. Reporter: Andrew Whiteford | Sub-Editor: Alex Clement M.I.A. has tweeted to her 695,000 followers that she did not want to create a new line of merchandise due to the effect it has on sweatshops and the environment. She came up with a new alternative, allowing her fanbase to get creative and design their own fashion. Today, she uploaded ideas to her website so people can get creative with some basic designs and vectors provided for free. She tweeted: It’s shown to be a popular idea amongst environment activist groups and her fans. The Sri Lankan musician has consistently used her global reach as a way to educate on environmental is